Being successful isn’t about getting lucky.
Maybe a small percentage is, but the reality is…
… most of being successful is just taking action and being consistent.
The more you study success you’ll learn that there’s actually little luck involved.
And by taking action, being consistent and having a daily routine… you can break down success to a science.
In this blog post I’m going to share my daily routine with you and talk about success.
Success & Daily Routine….
Let’s start with success…
Anyone can obtain success… it’s within anyone’s reach.
If you don’t think so… just look at one thing you’ve been successful at in the past?
Was it a sport? a musical instrument? a video game? What was it? Now ask yourself, “why you were good at it?”
It’s probably because you were consistent with learning that skill and you took massive amounts of action.
So when you’re learning a new skill and you suck at it… just remember it’s like anything else.. it can just take time.
Just stay consistent with it and take massive amounts of action on it.
When I first got into creating an income online, I had no idea what I was doing.
Most of the time when I was blogging, creating ads, etc, I felt like I wasn’t getting anywhere…
… but I knew by staying consistent and making sure I take action that eventually overtime things would start working out.
And that’s exactly what happened. By sticking to my regiment, things started to make sense and before I knew it I was earning my first dollar online.
The reason why I was successful in this area wasn’t because of luck. It wasn’t because I was in the “right place at the right time”.
It was because I had a deep understanding of success. I knew by taking action, staying consistent I would eventually be successful.
But here’s the deal…. this is only true as long as you don’t give up.
I’m not going to go much further on success because this topic alone can be an entire blog post in itself. So I’ll make sure my next blog post I talk strictly about success.
But there’s an important factor I want you to understand on why you must must take action. When you don’t take action, failure will always be the default.
I’ll say it again,
“Failure is the default when you don’t take action.”
If you’re not taking action because you don’t know where to start… well then start anywhere. It’s better then not starting at all.
Let’s bounce into the next topic of having a daily routine.
The reason why I like having a daily routine is because it allows me to focus on what I want and not what I don’t want.
It also helps me push through when I hit brick wall after brick wall. Having a daily routine is by far the most important part of my day.
With that being said, I shot a video covering my morning routine, check it out, you’ll see the value of having a morning routine.
Cool video right?
With this video I shot… I hope you got to see some value with having a morning routine. If you do… then definitely try it out. You’ll see how effective it is in no time.
Recap on Lesson
Having success is about focusing on what you want and not what you don’t want.
Always take massive action even if you’re not to sure where to start. Starting anywhere is better then not starting at all.
Remember that, “Failure is always the default when you don’t take action.”
Always be consistent, surround yourself with other successful people. Other people you can mastermind with, do whatever it takes.
If you had success in other parts of your life, ask yourself why were you successful in those parts? If you were successful there, then you can be successful anywhere.
Start writing out your vision and everything you’re grateful for. Saturate yourself with good information. Just think of how good you feel after you read a good book or after doing a work out?
Celebrate the small victories and remember that progress is progress. Progress equals happiness, growing equals happiness.
I want to know if you found this blog post helpful? Are you going to start a morning routine and if so… what are you going to incorporate into it?
Also… if you have any specific routines you do yourself, share it… I’m always open to hear what works for other people.
Other then that, if you have a friend that’s been a little negative or struggling with learning a new skill…
Show them this blog post, help them and me out.